Hard Rock Atlantic City Settles With Former Tenants

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This week the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City announced that they've settled a property lawsuit with two former tenants, agreeing to pay out $1 million to each tenant for twelve years.

The first payments have already been paid out and the additional payments will be due starting on January 1st, 2021. The payments will continue through 2032. The dispute arose between two former tenants who were part of the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, which occupied the real estate that the Hard Rock took over.

The Hard Rock opened in 2018 after renovating the Taj Mahal and has become an attractive spot for visitors, as it features a gaming floor and concert venue for various acts.

No comment from the parties involved was available.

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